Twitter as public and private company

An agreement to acquire Twitter has been reached, and there are so many comments about the final purpose Elon Musk has about this acquisition. I would try to draw a map with the main business model characteristics related to Twitter as public company and now as private company. The model drawn is very basic, and … Read more

Why Wardley Maps are not so much popular?

This post is a set of reasons I think that made Wardley Maps are still not so much popular. Wardley Maps were formally published in 2005, so now in 2022 they are 17 years old. 1.- There is a map of mapping In chapter 7 of the original book from Simon Wardley, there is an … Read more

Professional basketball evolution

The basketball teams evolves from different stages going back and forth depending on so many variables and factors. To understand better the evolution of the teams, I’m going to define a set of stages where each team can mainly fit. This will make the teams to evolve from one stage to others. These moves are … Read more

OODA loops in professional basketball

John Boyd is considered by many to be the greatest air combat theorist in history, and he is also the creator of the OODA (observe, guide, decide, act) loop. Boyd argued that if a fighter pilot rigorously goes through the OODA loop faster than his enemy, he will maximize the probability of beating the enemy … Read more

Organised Services Operating Model (OSOM)

The Organised Services Operating Model (OSOM) is a template operating model to help organisations adopt a service-based approach. More information here: https://osom.guide/ and here: https://stance.consulting/osom/ For questions related to that, you can be in touch with Steve Purkis: https://twitter.com/spurkis You can use it in any context, It uses Wardley Maps. It digs into the operational … Read more